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For an exponential function in the form of , if a > 0 and b > 1, what happens to the graph of the function as x increases? A. The graph gets closer to the x-axis. B. The graph gets closer to the y-axis. C. The graph curves up away from the x-axis. D. The graph curves down away from the x-axis.

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